There is always something to do in the city of Boston. Locals and tourists alike enjoy all that Boston has to offer – whether it be a stroll in the park – a dinner in the North End – or a trip to Fenway Park just to a mention a few of the hundreds of options.
Below are just a few ideas on Boston tours that will give you interesting snippets about the city that you may not already know about it.
2-Day Beantown Trolley Pass
Boston is a city full of distinct neighborhoods and the RED Beantown Trolley ties Boston together for you. Sit back and relax during the 110-minute tour, narrated by expert guides and covering all of of Boston’s highlights. Tour at your own pace with the freedom to disembark and re-board at your leisure at any of 20 stops. Travel around the loop as many times as you like. The Trolley takes you through Beacon Hill, Newbury Street, Faneuil Hall Marketplace, Charlestown, Bunker Hill Pavilion, and more. And since you are allowed to hop on and off at any of the 20 stops along the way – including the Museum of Fine Arts and the Seaport District – Beantown Trolley doubles as a convenient means of transport to many of the best things to see and do in Boston.
Boston Duck Afternoon/Evening Tour
You’ve got to love a tour guide who encourages you to quack at passersby (who sometimes quack back). The Boston Duck Tours combine high-energy fun with a unique perspective on all the history that makes Boston a great town. During the 55-minute tour, you’ll pass many of Boston’s top sights, such as the Old State House, Quincy Market, Bunker Hill, and much more. Then, just when you think you’ve seen it all, the World War II style landing craft you’ve been riding in takes you to the edge of the Charles River… and drives right in! Your tour bus becomes a tour boat, and you get a duck’s-eye view of Boston and Cambridge from the water.
Boston Gliders – Freedom Trail Segway Adventure
Avoid traffic and see the sights of Boston’s historic Freedom Trail in style with Boston Gliders 2-hour Segway Adventure, voted a top attraction by customers on TripAdvisor. Don’t be afraid, riding a Segway is easy – and exciting! After having a brief training lesson, your tour guide will lead you through two full hours of pure fun. For the first 60 minutes, you’ll view some of Boston’s most historic locations, including the State House, Boston Common, Old South Meeting House, the Bunker Hill Monument, “Old Ironsides”, and the North End. And if that’s not enough, for the last hour of your adventure you’ll cruise the Boston HarborWalk, experiencing breathtaking views of the harbor and taking in sights like Christopher Columbus Park, the Rose Kennedy Greenway, the Seaport District, and more.